Man can I relate to that. Lived in Southern Ohio in the Ohio river valley for several years. The most humid place I have ever lived and the way our house was situated on the west side of a hill, the house heated up a lot in the afternoon. Our air conditioner went out early in the summer and they did not get the replacement compressor until mid September. The humidity was so bad that our sheets felt damp when we went to bed.
Any way I can relate.
See, now I am obviously soft - if it gets to 23C here and 40% humidity I reach for the AC. Mind you, I was at a wedding in Toscana last year, 32C and dry as a bone, I didn't even sweat, and that in a 3 piece suit and tie. So it is the heat/humidity combo I cannot take, even at such mild temperatures. You guys are tough! I bow to you humbly.